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Bitcoin for Linux Users | LUP 226 | Jupiter Broadcasting

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Bitcoin.com wallet, can u pls put the link for windows/linux on top of the page?

The "other versions" on top of the page leads to the github page, and it doesnt say there which is which (not all of us are tech geeks)
You have to go to the very bottom to find the windows link.
My cousin called me while I was at work asking which wallet to DL, I told him bitcoin.com,... but after not being able to find the windows link, he Downloaded Exodus instead.
It's probably more newbie friendly if the links are on top. just sayin...
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Linux/macOS command to get near-random 256bit binary string for the Ian Coleman BIP39 tool - is this ok? (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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Bitcoin price quote for Linux shell

I love to work with the Linux shell (bash; Linuxmint/Ubuntu) all day, and from time to time I want to know the current price of Bitcoin and Ether. So I created a simple Linux shellscript, which displays both cross-prices to USD and EUR within the shell after typing in "btc". I know that I could use the web for this task, but I like it this way and I also don't want to be constantly informed (i.e. with an app on the smartphone).
Here it is, let me know if you like it.
#!/bin/bash # this simple Linux shell script uses the "jq" command line # JSON data processor pls. install "jq" first (sudo apt # install jq) then save the skript with an editor as i.e. # "btc" under a path for executables, (i.e. ~/.local/bin/) # and make it executable ("sudo chmod +x btc"). The script # uses market data from the kraken api; pls. feel free to # use any other api. The script displays the current price # of Bitcoin and Ether in USD and EUR. If you don't like # the colors, try playing around with the "tput setaf x" # (color of characters) and "tput setab x" (background # color); you might find the information frome here: # https://stackoverflow.com/questions/5947742/how-to-change-the-output-color-of-echo-in-linux # useful. Enjoy! JSN1=$(curl -s "https://api.kraken.com/0/public/Ticker?pair=XBTUSD") JSN2=$(curl -s "https://api.kraken.com/0/public/Ticker?pair=XBTEUR") JSN3=$(curl -s "https://api.kraken.com/0/public/Ticker?pair=ETHUSD") JSN4=$(curl -s "https://api.kraken.com/0/public/Ticker?pair=ETHEUR") QRAW1=$(echo $JSN1 | jq ".result.XXBTZUSD.c[0]") QRAW2=$(echo $JSN2 | jq ".result.XXBTZEUR.c[0]") QRAW3=$(echo $JSN3 | jq ".result.XETHZUSD.c[0]") QRAW4=$(echo $JSN4 | jq ".result.XETHZEUR.c[0]") RGX='\"\([0-9]\+\)\.[0-9]\+\"' Q1=$(echo $QRAW1 | sed "s/${RGX}$/\1/g") Q2=$(echo $QRAW2 | sed "s/${RGX}$/\1/g") Q3=$(echo $QRAW3 | sed "s/${RGX}$/\1/g") Q4=$(echo $QRAW4 | sed "s/${RGX}$/\1/g") RED=`tput setaf 1` GREEN=`tput setaf 2` WHITEBACK=`tput setab 7` CYANBACK=`tput setab 6` BOLD=`tput bold` RESET=`tput sgr0` echo "${WHITEBACK}${BOLD}${RED}Bitcoin: $""$Q1"" €""$Q2${RESET}"" ${BOLD}${CYANBACK}${GREEN}Ether: $""$Q3"" €""$Q4${RESET}" 
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Improved version: Bitcoin price quote for Linux shell

Some weeks ago I posted a simple shell skript for Linux that allows for Bitcoin and Ether price quotes from the comand line. The new version uses the CoinGecko-API (the 1st uses Kraken), and is now capable of quoting all supported crypto currencies as well as all supported cross-FIAT-currencies (55 at the moment, including some cryptos like Bitcoin, Ether, Litecoin, Ripple, as well as the commodities gold and silver.
You can find both versions of the skript here:
https://github.com/fatrattombala/bash-btc-quote
Simply copy the "btc.sh" file to your /home directory and follow the instructions in the "Readme" file.
Enjoy!

original post was: https://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/gyep9p/bitcoin_price_quote_for_linux_shell/
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04-15 20:44 - 'I'm pretty sure this channel is fake and this guy is trying to scam people for bitcoin.' (i.redd.it) by /u/LaZZeYT removed from /r/linux within 23-33min - reason: Not relevant to community

I'm pretty sure this channel is fake and this guy is trying to scam people for bitcoin.
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Author: LaZZeYT
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My shell script to download the latest bitcoin core client for Linux

#!/bin/bash APP="bitcoin" BASE_URL="https://bitcoin.org/bin/" ARCH="arm-linux-gnueabihf" # Raspberry Pi ASC_FILE="SHA256SUMS.asc" CORE_VER="$(curl -sL $BASE_URL | grep -Eo 'bitcoin\-core\-[0-9.]+[0-9]' | sort -V | tail -n 1)" APP_VER="${CORE_VEbitcoin-core-/}" FILE="${APP}-${APP_VER}-${ARCH}.tar.gz" UNVERIFIED="${FILE}.unverified" FILE_URL="${BASE_URL}${CORE_VER}/$FILE" SHA256SUMS="${BASE_URL}${CORE_VER}/${ASC_FILE}" PGP_KEY="01EA5486DE18A882D4C2684590C8019E36C2E964" echo "Downloading $SHA256SUMS" curl -sqO $SHA256SUMS GNUPGHOME="$(mktemp -d)" export GNUPGHOME echo "Importing PGP signing key" keys=$(gpg --recv-keys --keyserver ha.pool.sks-keyservers.net "$PGP_KEY") [ "$?" -ne 0 ] && echo "Unable to import key" && rm -rf "$ASC_FILE" "$GNUPGHOME" && exit 1 echo "Verifying signature" sig_check=$(gpg --verify "$ASC_FILE") [ "$?" -ne 0 ] && echo "Signature doesn't match $ASC_FILE" && exit 1 download_file() { echo "Downloading $FILE as $UNVERIFIED" curl -s $FILE_URL -o $UNVERIFIED echo "Checking SHA256 hash of $UNVERIFIED" unverified_sum="$(shasum -a 256 $UNVERIFIED)" file_sum="${unverified_sum/.unverified/}" check_sum=$(grep "$file_sum" "$ASC_FILE") if [ "$?" -eq 0 ]; then echo "$FILE downloaded and verified" mv $UNVERIFIED $FILE else echo "$FILE failed SHA256 checksum. Renaming to $FILE.BAD" mv $UNVERIFIED $FILE.BAD exit 1 fi } if [ ! -f "$FILE" ]; then download_file else file_sum="$(shasum -a 256 $FILE)" check_sum=$(grep "$file_sum" "$ASC_FILE") if [ "$?" -ne 0 ]; then echo "$FILE corrupted. Downloading a new version" download_file else echo "$FILE is the latest" fi fi rm -rf "$ASC_FILE" "$GNUPGHOME" 
Edit 1: fixed a bug that u/pYr0G3ist found
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Sparkswap announces launch of desktop app for purchasing Bitcoin on Lighning Network via ACH transfer (MacOS, Windows, Linux)

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This is why Linux would never had happened if it weren't for Linus, or why Bitcoin would never have happened if it weren't for Craig. Now Linux needs to keep changing - Bitcoin doesn't. Will be interesting to see how the BABies answer this question - or will it once again prove Craig Right?

This is why Linux would never had happened if it weren't for Linus, or why Bitcoin would never have happened if it weren't for Craig. Now Linux needs to keep changing - Bitcoin doesn't. Will be interesting to see how the BABies answer this question - or will it once again prove Craig Right? submitted by jim-btc to bitcoincashSV [link] [comments]

I've put a $10 bounty (in Bitcoin Cash) on showing how to automate running an OpenSCAD command line function over all .scad files in a given folder on Ubuntu 18.04. (This is probably an easy job for an experienced Linux guru!)

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#crypto #cryptonews #bitcoin @nocroom #I am struggling with upgrading software on my cold wallet system (a offline computer running linux mint). This is also the cold wallet for the bchpizza.org funds and I would like some help from the community.

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Bitcoin XT release K is available for Linux, Mac, and Windows. Supports the upcoming ABC fork and BIP135 for future forking changes.

Bitcoin XT release K is available for Linux, Mac, and Windows. Supports the upcoming ABC fork and BIP135 for future forking changes. submitted by rdar1999 to btc [link] [comments]

PSA: An easy to use Bitcoin Cash wallet is now available for every platform! (Windows, OSX, Linux, iOS, and Android!)

PSA: An easy to use Bitcoin Cash wallet is now available for every platform! (Windows, OSX, Linux, iOS, and Android!) submitted by MemoryDealers to btc [link] [comments]

Ledger Bitcoin Wallet Mac/Linux Camera not working for QR Code

Hi team,
Basically I am trying to update the firmware on my Bitcoin Wallet in the Chrome extension. I am trying to scan the QR code of my recover sheet but when i get to the QR scanning page it does not show my camera image, i just see a white box. I have tried Mac and Linux but same issue. The hardware is a MacBook Air but my camera works for other apps. Hash anyone seen this same issue?
Running High Sierra version of Mac
Cheers
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Bitcoin SV GUI client for Windows and Linux - AlisterMaclin

Bitcoin SV GUI client for Windows and Linux - AlisterMaclin submitted by btcnewsupdates to bitcoincashSV [link] [comments]

ELI5 21Inc.: Why a $400 Linux device with an embedded mining chip that earns $0.05 a day is better than a $40 Raspberry Pi that can be loaded with $360 of Bitcoin, for the same price.

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For the Noobs :)

If you are going on the dark web please have the most security in mind.Remember don't fuck up take your security seriously, Tor can be circumvented very easily by three letter agencies.
How to use Veracrypt Volumes
Please never directly connect to Tor use Tor bridges instead, this will make it extremely hard for people to know if you are in fact using Tor.
Just avoid javascript
Please just because you use Bitcoin it's NOT anonymous
(Instead try using Monero)
Learn how to tumble your coins and wash them

Terms to known
FUD = ear, uncertainty and doubt, usually evoked intentionally in order to put a competitor at a disadvantage. LE = Law EnforcementDNM = Dark Net Markets Clearnet = The web you are on right now Honeypot = A honeypot is a computer or computer system designed to mimic something that would attract the attention
Recommended OS's when it comes to securityLinuxMacWindows
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Another Bitcoin mining software that we just tested is called the Cudo Miner. While still in beta, it’s really easy to setup and configure, and all you need is a PC and an email address. What’s most beautiful about this app is that it comes for Windows, Linux and Mac, and we all know how hard ⬇️⬇️

Another Bitcoin mining software that we just tested is called the Cudo Miner. While still in beta, it’s really easy to setup and configure, and all you need is a PC and an email address. What’s most beautiful about this app is that it comes for Windows, Linux and Mac, and we all know how hard ⬇️⬇️ submitted by crypto5800 to u/crypto5800 [link] [comments]

To help you get started on bitcoins...

Sup fellow reddit members!
Today I'm here to give you guys a long introduction about bitcoins.
Intro to bitcoins:
Bitcoins are the first decentralized digital currency.
Bitcoins are basically digital coins that you can send through the internet.
Some advantages of bitcoins:
  1. It can be transfered through other people without a bank having involved in the transaction.
  2. The transaction fees are much lower.
  3. You can use them in any and every country.
  4. Your account (explained later) can never be frozen.
  5. No limits!
How it works:
There are several online bitcoin currency exchange where you can exchange bitcoins for money and vice versa.
Bitcoins are kept in a digital wallet on your computemobile device. coinbase.com is one of the most trustworthy online bitcoin wallet, IMO.
Sending bitcoins is as simple as sending an email, and you can purchase ANYTHING with bitcoins as long as they accept the currency.
The bitcoin software is completely open-sourced, so anyone can review the code.
Bitcoins are easy + free to setup, and there are no chargebacks!
How to obtain bitcoins:
There are two ways to obtain bitcoins:
  1. Buying them from exchanges/privately. The one that I trust the most is http://www.bitstamp.net.
  2. Mining them using applications. Miners solve math problems/bitcoin algorithms (which takes computing power) and are rewarded bitcoins for doing that. This is the one that I'm going to focus on, as it is pretty hard to grasp.
Mining bitcoins:
Using special software application, you are able to mine bitcoins. Mining means to solve math problems/bitcoin algorithms using your computing power.
Blocks are a chunk of 25 bitcoins, and if you solve one math problem you automatically get a block.
The speed of mining bitcoins is measured in Hashes/Second (KH/s, MH/s, GH/s, TH/s etc.)
The difficulty of the problems gradually increases as more bitcoins are found. Now, it is almost impossible to find bitcoin blocks by yourself, as more than 10 million bitcoins have been mined.
Using special hardware (ASIC, Application-Specific Integrated Circuit chips) that specifically is aimed to mine bitcoins increases your mining speed by a lot. You can buy these hardware anywhere online/offline. amazon.com has many ASIC hardware on sale.
But even ASIC mining can still take a long time to find a block by yourself. That's how the pooled mining began.
Pooled mining basically combines the work of many miners toward a common goal. Pool of miners find the solution of the math problems faster than individuals, and they share the block equally based on each miner's hash rate.
There are many pools right now that are pretty trustworthy, but that one that I use is triple mining: http://evilbeans124.triplemining.com
Mining bitcoins on a Mac:
This part is only dedicated on mining bitcoins for Mac users. If you're a PC user or a Linux/Ubuntu user, skip this.
  1. Go to asteroidapp.com and download the latest version of Asteroid
  2. Open Asteroid
  3. Under Mining Pool, select TripleMining
  4. Hide the application, go to whatever browser you use, and go to http://evilbeans124.triplemining.com
  5. Register for an account
  6. Under the workers tab, add a new worker (on the right side)
  7. Go back to Asteroid, and fill in your worker username + password.
  8. Start mining
  9. You're done
Mining bitcoins on a PC:
This part is only dedicated on mining bitcoins for PC users. If you're a Mac user, view above. If you're a Linux/Ubuntu user, skip this.
  1. Go to https://bitcointalk.org/?topic=3878.0 and download the latest version of GUI miner
  2. Open GUI miner
  3. Select Triplemining for the server
  4. Hide the application, go to whatever browser you use, and go to http://evilbeans124.triplemining.com
  5. Register for an account
  6. Under the workers tab, add a new worker (on the right side)
  7. Go back to GUI miner, enter in your worker username/password
  8. If you have any hardware, then select them in the device tab. If not, skip this step
  9. Start mining
  10. You're done
Mining bitcoins on a Ubuntu/Linux:
This part is only dedicated on mining bitcoins for Linux/Ubuntu users. If you're a Mac or PC user, view above.
Unfortunately, I have no experience in how to install any miner on Linux. The following website does however, so just follow it
http://www.distrogeeks.com/install-cgminer-3-7-2-ubuntu/
The end
I think I covered most of the points on bitcoins. However, if there is any mistakes/stuff that I should add, please put a comment below or PM me! It will be greatly valued!
I spent sometime doing this, so some donation will be very appreciated. My bitcoin address is on my signature.
Credits to bitcoin.com, bitcoinmining.com, triplemining.com/help, http://www.distrogeeks.com/install-cgminer-3-7-2-ubuntu/
Helpful? Considering mining in my pool: http://evilbeans124.triplemining.com (PM me if you STILL don't know how to mine bitcoins) Tip me at: http://evilbeans124.tip.me
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Jeff Garzik: "Contrast: 1. Coinbase Patents 9 Bitcoin Products 2. Tesla: All Our Patent Are Belong To You // Publicly calling on bitcoin companies to follow the Linux route and defensively pool patents for collective good"

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SLP wallet 3.4.1 is available for windows, mac, and linux. Includes BFP (Bitcoin File Protocol)

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